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Unable to find enhancement spot

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I am working on a object where I need to add legacy material number on Warehouse Management Count sheet... The report program is RLLI0400. Transaction code is LI04. The program does not contain any form or any script.. They used Write statement and created a spool.

So to work on this, I have only two options,

1. To identify a enhancement spot and insert there

2. To copy the program into a zprogram and insert there...

I am unable to find the enhancement spot to insert the field there...

So, is there any other way to work on this... Can anyone help me on this......

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2012 at 03:24 PM

    You can always use "implicit enhancement point".

    You can add this kind of enhancement at the beggining and at the end of subrutines, functions, etc.

    Here is the link with the info

    [Implicit Enhancement Options |]

    1- Enter ehancement mode (the spiral icon)

    2- Go Edit u2192 Enhancement operations u2192 show implicit enhancement options

    3- Now you will see several grey lines all along the code... this are the places where you can add your enhancement point.

    4- Select a line with your cursor and then in the same menu choose create.


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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2012 at 06:46 PM

    Can you please provide the exact details is it like you need to add new fields or what...?


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  • Posted on Feb 03, 2012 at 06:02 AM

    Did you search that using 'Enahancement' keyword in the program.

    You can also use implicit enhancement, it is very easy to use, it exists at the start as well as the end of the program.

    You just have to put the code.



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